Totally Stampalicious Christmas Release

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You have reached the 3rd stop of the Totally Stampalicious Christmas Release blog hop! You should have arrived from the wonderfully talented Angel! If you did, you’re on the right track. If you didn’t, I would encourage you to start at the beginning! Which is, Totally Stampalicious!

We are so excited to share SEVEN NEW SETS with you! They are all AVAILABLE NOW at TOTALLY STAMPALICIOUS!

As always there are some FABULOUS PRIZES to give away including:
1st Prize – All 7 New Sets
2nd Prize – $15 Gift Certficate
3rd Prize – $5 Gift Certificate

All you have to do to win is hop along with us and leave a comment as you go!

So now, without further ado… HERE IS THE CHRISTMAS RELEASE! Well, three of seven.

Heres Deacon Elf…

Here’s Ava And Deacon HoHo…

Here’s Poppi Cocoa… 

I did a little bit of fussy cutting, but also used my Spellbinders. I used my sewing machine with red thread to stitch along the last card, and some foam dots to pop Poppi!

Materials used: Sparkle N Sprinkle Glitter: Starfire, Bubble Gum, Mystical Mauve and Waterfall. Sakura’s Glue Pen really makes getting those fine details a piece of cake!

Pattern Paper is Authentique, Collection: Wonder.

I used an obscene amount of markers. Way too many to list, so I took a picture. 🙂

I did however color five images with these colors.All for the release, but I decided to save two for a rainy day! 🙂

Now if you’ll hop on over to Kendra’s blog… she has some awesome Christmas confection waiting for you!

And here is the entire Blog Hop Line Up in case there are any glitches along the way!

40 thoughts on “Totally Stampalicious Christmas Release

  1. What an awesome group of cards you’ve created – all of them are wonderful. I do love Deacon, but also Poppi – oh my! Your coloring is wonderful and your cards are lovely. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Looking at your images and some others, they are so diverse just because of the colors used. Awesome work.
    kidshomelove at

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